Chargers WR Buster Davis has been catching passes virtually nonstop in training camp. He's been Philip Rivers' favorite target during the first three days of training camp, and has hauled in most everything thrown his way.
The Chargers expected such production when they drafted him No. 30 overall in 2007, on game days as opposed to a portion of camp reserved by rookies and select veterans.
Thanks to a sophomore season marred by injury, that hasn't been the case. He has just 24 receptions for 247 yards and a touchdown over two seasons, stats that evoke the word "bust" among Chargers faithful.